We are hiring a Lead Human Trafficking Caseworker!


Job Description


JOB TITLE: Lead Human Trafficking Caseworker
HOURS: 40 hours/week/ Hourly/Non-Exempt Position
SALARY & BENEFITS: $24/ hour initial start with an increase to $25 an hour upon successful completion of the 90-day orientation period.  Generous sick and vacation time accrual; medical benefits will begin after the 90-day introductory period. 
REPORTS TO: Intervention Manager
OVERVIEW: Reporting to the Intervention Manager and working with the Executive Director, the Lead Human Trafficking (HT) Caseworker provides client-centered crisis intervention, intake assessment, ongoing advocacy and intensive ongoing case management to survivors of human trafficking (both labor and sex trafficking) and their families. The HT Caseworker provides confidential services, informing survivors and their families of their legal rights and options and supporting them in their choices as part of ongoing case management. The Lead HT Caseworker maintains partnerships with other community agencies and providers to coordinate and advocate all service needs. The Lead HT Caseworker provides program coordination and team support.
  • Work as a team lead, collaborating effectively with other staff members and partner 


  • Provide grant coordination and facilitate monthly meetings.  
  • Maintain an updated contact list of all the human trafficking partner agency staff.
  • Provide in-person and telephone crisis interventions for human trafficking clients.  
  • Provide ongoing and intensive case management expanding on initial needs assessment that includes comprehensive follow-up contact & ongoing advocacy services via phone and in person 
  • Work with clients to create individualized case plans from a client-centered, empowerment model that supports survivors to reintegrate into to society
  • As part of individual case plan, assist clients with access to emergency shelter, transitional housing and long-term housing programs. 
  • Support trafficked survivors through the investigative and criminal justice systems by providing case status information, explaining investigative and prosecution processes, and accompanying victims to related appointments
  • Collect, maintain and input confidential client information, assessments, and services provided into Verity’s database systems
  • Outreach and providing trainings to other services providers about human trafficking and services.  
  • Prepare mandated HV progress reports (narrative and data) in concert with Intervention Manager 
  • Provide information/education related to human trafficking on various modes including panels, radio station, press and events throughout Sonoma County 
  • Attend case review meetings as needed such as MDT, TDM, Human Trafficking Task Force and CSEC direct service meetings. 
  • Assist clients with referrals and access to counseling, financial stability services, and connections to legal and immigration services. 



  • Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of relevant life and career experience
  • Fluency in speaking, reading, and writing both English and Spanish strongly preferred.
  • State certification as a sexual assault counselor/advocate. If not currently certified, candidate must be able to complete Verity’s Crisis Line Counselor training.  
  • Ability to maintain a high level of client confidentiality
  • Experience with “at-risk” or otherwise disenfranchised populations; ability to connect and establish trust.
  • Confidence in public speaking and research related to all forms of human trafficking
  • Case management experience is strongly preferred. 
  • Proficiency with Google applications and Microsoft Office
  • Offer of position is contingent upon completion of Family Justice Center Sonoma County background check and DOJ fingerprint check




Please send a cover letter, resume and Verity application via email to [email protected] Verity Applications can be downloaded at:



Resumes will not be considered without a cover letter and completed Verity application. 

Verity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values a diverse workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without discrimination. Verity is committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. Verity strongly encourages people of all genders, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence, people with disabilities, veterans, and members of traditionally marginalized groups to apply.